Friday, May 4, 2012

The Gaily News: Google Doodle salutes Keith Haring

Posted By on Fri, May 4, 2012 at 9:28 AM


Google pays tribute to the legacy of artist and AIDS activist Keith Haring with today's Google Doodle, in honor of his birthday. Haring died in 1990 from AIDS-related complications.

The conservative group One Million Moms is taking a second shot at JC Penney, after protesting the company naming Ellen DeGeneres as its spokesperson earlier this year. This time around, the anti-gay organization is offended by the retailer's May Mother's Day catalogue, particularly by the inclusion of a photo of a lesbian couple with their two daughters.

Texas-based rapper Adair Lion — who's straight, by the way — has penned a pro-gay hip-hop anthem. His new single, "Gay is Okay", embraces the gay community and promotes acceptance and equality, uncommon notions in the world of mainstream hip-hop.

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